What's changed is that I'm using actively trying to use Ruby as much
as possible, which means that I'm starting to see more possibilities
for it!

:o)


"Robert Klemme" <bob.news / gmx.net> wrote in message news:<2gedh1F1r73jU1 / uni-berlin.de>...
> "Glenn" <glenn_m_smith / hotmail.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> news:59364f29.0405120213.5123e73 / posting.google.com...
> > Well in the interest of learning Ruby and keeping up the momentum of
> > using it (it really is a nice language IMO), I've decided to write a
> > suite of retro-games in Ruby, using RUDL.
> >
> > First one will be pacman, followed by something like space invaders
> > etc.  Just a bit of meaningless fun and a good way to learn.
> 
> I'll wait for space invaders. *g*
> 
> > I've also ordered the Pragmatic Programmer's book (I know it's
> > on-line, but I wanted an old-fashioned printed copy!).
> 
> You share that passion with a lot others in here.
> 
> > At work I'm using Ruby for this and that, usual file-processing and
> > other scripting requirements.
> 
> What has changed?  I thought you said you have no use for a scripting
> language.  Or did I misread something there?
> 
> Regards
> 
>     robert